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Luis Othoniel Rosa

LUIS OTHONIEL ROSA (Bayamón, 1985) is the author of the novel Otra vez me alejo (Buenos Aires, 2012: Puerto Rico, 2013) and of the book of essays Comienzos para una estética anarquista: Borges con Macedonio (Chile, 2016). His novel Fractals in a box/Caja de fractales will be published in March by Editorial Entropía in Argentina. He is the editor of the Luso-Hispanic review of books El Roommate (www.ElRoommate.com). He graduated from the University of Puerto Rico-Río Piedras and holds a Ph.D. from Princeton University. He currently teaches Latin American Literature and Ethnic Studies at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. All of his books are currently being translated into English.

an extract from Fractals in a Box

Wake up, Alice, says Alfred. He caresses her face gently to wake her. No, let her sleep if she wants, says Trilcinea—defender of the insubordinate, loving Cerberus of Alice Mar’s dreams.

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The Brooklyn Rail

JUL-AUG 2020

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